ThermoAnalytics was founded in 1996 by Keith Johnson and Al Curran. We began as an engineering services company, developing thermal software for Ford Motor Company and the US Army. In these early days, the company was profitable predominately through government contracts, but slowly, we began developing a commercial customer base.
New Business Of The Year Award
In 1997, we were recognized with the New Business Of The Year in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula award.
Local High-Tech Company Wins National Award
In 2001, ThermoAnalytics was awarded Small Business Prime Contract of The Year. We also were recognized with the Michigan Commercialization Success Award, as well the Technology Transfer Achievement Award.
We became an Employee-Owned Company in 2002 through an ESOP, with the goal of driving share price growth over the years so all employees would share in profits earned.
Novi Office Opens
In 2004, we opened our Novi, MI office and expanded our Calumet headquarters with an addition to the west wing of our building. We also held our first UGM (User Group Meeting) in Germany and were awarded the Coolest Workplace in the UP award.
50 Companies To Watch Award
In 2005, ThermoAnalytics was announced as one of the 50 Companies to watch in Michigan and was presented with an award by then-governor Jennifer Granholm.
In 2009, we entered a partnership with MTNW (Thermetrics) to begin selling ManikinPC.
EU Offices Open
In 2014, ThermoAnalytics opened our European offices in Munich and in France and hired our first two EU employees. We also expanded our Calumet headquarters with a second addition to the east wing of our building.
From RadTherm to TAITherm
In 2015, with version 12.0, RadTherm and RadTherm IR development moved forward under the new brand TAITherm and TAIThermIR, rebranded to better reflect the product’s expanded analysis capabilities over its nearly 20 years of development.
2020 Company Rebranding
The goal of the rebrand was to communicate to our customers that we are on the leading edge of thermal simulation-we developed a new logo with a clean and modern feel and updated colors, and we deliver more content via our website to better communicate our software and services.
In 2021, ThermoAnalytics celebrates its 25th Anniversary. We continue pushing the boundaries of thermal simulation – empowering engineers to design better products all while providing the best customer service of any engineering software company.